Petition Closed

Mr. Brian Glenn Brewer #V98513 currently incarcerated in Centinela State Prison is suffering from Stage 4 cancer with less than 6 weeks to live and is requesting a compassionate release to be with his family in his final stages of this terminal disease. Mr. Brian Glenn Brewer has Lung cancer which has now metastasized  in his Lymph Nodes and Bones.

The Warden of Centinela State prison Mr. Domingo Uribe Jnr supports this request as does the Centinela State prison Doctor and the B.O.P.

Brian Brewer meets the criteria set down in California Penal Code, section 1170 (e)(2) (A)(B

He is close to death and poses no threat to society. He is a financial burden to the State and can be safely released with no threat to public safety. He has family who will take care of him 24/7.
Therefore we humbly request that you allow Brian Glen Brewer’s family to care for him in his final months and grant him Compassionate Release.

 

Letter to
California Attorney General Kamala D Harris
I've just signed the following petition addressed to:
Governor Jerry Brown
California Attorney General, Kamala D Harris
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REQUEST FOR COMPASSIONATE RELEASE

Mr. Brian Glenn Brewer #V98513 currently incarcerated in Centinela State Prison is suffering from Stage 4 cancer with less than 6 months to live and is requesting a compassionate release to be with his family in his final stages of this terminal disease. Mr. Brian Glenn Brewer has Lung cancer and also has secondary cancer in his Lymph Nodes and Bones.

The Warden of Centinela State prison Mr. Domingo Uribe Jnr supports this request as does the Centinela State prison Doctor and the B.O.P.

Brian Brewer meets the criteria set down in California Penal Code, section 1170 (e)(2) (A)(B

He is near to death, he can no longer walk or even hold a pen to write or a phone to make calls so poses no threat to society. He is a financial burden to the State and can be safely released with no threat to public safety. He has family who will take care of him 24/7.
Therefore we humbly request that you allow Brian Glen Brewer’s family to care for him in his final days and grant him Compassionate Release.
Please let Brian go home so his family can say their goodbyes with dignity.


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Sincerely,
Izzy Wildheart